This list is arranged by subject - ordered according to the 2010 Mathematics Subject Classification number corresponding to the primary subject of the paper.

11A: Elementary number theory
  • A simple polynomial for a simple transposition
  • A simple polynomial for a transposition
  • The smallest solution of φ(30n+1)<φ(30n) is ...
  • 11B: Sequences and sets
  • Constructions of generalized Sidon sets, with Kevin O'Bryant
  • Farmer Ted goes natural
  • Lower bounds for sumsets of multisets in Zp2, with Alexis Peilloux and Erick B. Wong
  • Many sets have more sums than differences, with Kevin O'Bryant
  • Optimal primitive sets with restricted primes, with William D. Banks
  • Primitive sets with large counting functions, with Carl Pomerance
  • The supremum of autoconvolutions, with applications to additive number theory, with Kevin O'Bryant
  • The symmetric subset problem in continuous Ramsey theory, with Kevin O'Bryant
  • 11D: Diophantine equations
  • Dense Egyptian fractions
  • Denser Egyptian fractions
  • Erdős–Turán with a moving target, equidistribution of roots of reducible quadratics, and Diophantine quadruples, with Scott Sitar
  • abc triples, with Winnie Miao
  • Solubility of systems of quadratic forms
  • 11F: Modular forms
  • Dimensions of the spaces of cusp forms and newforms on Γ0(N) and Γ1(N)
  • 11G: Elliptic curves
  • Appendix to 'The frequency of elliptic curve groups over prime finite fields', with Chantal David and Ethan Smith
  • Averages of the number of points on elliptic curves, with Paul Pollack and Ethan Smith
  • 11J: Diophantine approximation
  • The unreasonable effectualness of continued function expansions
  • 11K: Probabilistic number theory
  • Absolutely abnormal numbers
  • 11M: Zeta and L-functions
  • Nonzero values of Dirichlet L-functions at linear combinations of other zeros, with Nathan Ng
  • Nonzero values of Dirichlet L-functions in vertical arithmetic progressions, with Nathan Ng
  • 11N: Multiplicative number theory
  • Asymmetries in the Shanks–Rényi prime number race
  • An asymptotic formula for the number of smooth values of a polynomial
  • The average least character nonresidue and further variations on a theme of Erdős, with Paul Pollack
  • Biases in the Shanks–Rényi prime number race, with Andrey Feuerverger
  • Carreras de números primos, with Andrew Granville
  • Comparative prime number theory: a survey, with Justin Scarfy
  • An Erdős–Kac theorem for products of additive functions
  • An Erdős–Kac theorem for the number of prime factors of multiplicative orders, with Leo Goldmakher
  • Inclusive prime number races, with Nathan Ng
  • Inequities in the Shanks–Rényi prime number race: an asymptotic formula for the densities, with Daniel Fiorilli
  • Inequities in three-way prime number races
  • The iterated Carmichael λ-function and the number of cycles of the power generator, with Carl Pomerance
  • The least prime primitive root and the shifted sieve
  • The number of subgroups in the multiplicative group modulo n
  • Polynomials whose coefficients are related to the Goldbach conjecture, with Peter Borwein, Kwok-Kwong Stephen Choi, and Charles L. Samuels
  • Polynomial values free of large prime factors, with Cécile Dartyge and Gérald Tenenbaum
  • Prime number races, with Andrew Granville
  • Roots of unity and nullity modulo n, with Steven Finch and Pascal Sebah
  • Squarefree values of trinomial discriminants, with David W. Boyd and Mark Thom
  • Structural insights and elegant applications: a book review of The Anatomy of Integers
  • Uniform bounds for the least almost-prime primitive root
  • 15: Linear algebra
  • Almost all integer matrices have no integer eigenvalues, with Erick B. Wong
  • The number of 2×2 integer matrices having a prescribed integer eigenvalue, with Erick B. Wong
  • 33: Special functions
  • A product of Gamma function values at fractions with the same denominator
  • 51-52: Geometry
  • Compactness theorems for geometric packings
  • The limiting curve of Jarník's polygons
  • Primitive points in lattice polygons, with Imre Barany, Eric Naslund, and Sinai Robins
  • Sets that contain their circle centers
  • 90D: Game theory
  • Restoring fairness to Dukego
  • The above papers are the intellectual property of Greg Martin, with copyrights held by the journals in which they appear. All rights reserved.